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AMMONO had the honour to host Professor Shuji Nakamura, Nobel Laureate in Physics for the invention of blue LEDs based on III-nitride materials and a Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Warsaw in our company today.

AMMONO had the honour to host Professor Shuji Nakamura, Nobel Laureate in Physics for the invention of blue LEDs based on III-nitride materials and a Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Warsaw in our company today.

Prof. Nakamura met with AMMONO board of directors and other company members. During his visit, AMMONO presented to Prof. Nakamura the variety of its products, discussed the latest developments in the field of ammonothermal gallium nitride bulk growth and arranged a factory tour. Prof. Nakamura actively engaged in discussion with AMMONO employees about the future of gallium nitride wafers, their huge potential for modern semiconductor devices and he was very interested in technical aspects that are used in the factory. Prof. Nakamura was very impressed with AMMONO's technical and technological capabilities, its mass production potential and a wide range of products manufactured on site.

AMMONO has a big potential as a gallium nitride manufacturer, I am very happy that this semiconductor is commercialized here despite the problems that recently affected the company. I believe that the future of modern ecology and cost-saving LED lighting belongs to gallium nitride.” – said Prof. Nakamura.

Nobel-Prize Laureate in Physics Professor Shuji Nakamura visits AMMONO

Ammono staff were highly appreciative of this rare opportunity to engage in a discussion with a Nobel Laureate closely related to their line of work. It was a very exciting event that will be permanently stored in the company’s history.